I make a stop here almost weekly. The staff is very helpful and will assist you in just about any home project. They rent a handful of tools. It's a good neighborhood hardware store.
Lots of unique selections and combinations. Of course, they'll let you sample your options. They dont skimp on the portions either. You'll be pleasantly stuffed when you leave.
The old building is the largest of the antiques. Many, many rooms will get you lost in nostalgia. They may even buy some of your old items. It's all here.
I always say I'm gonna try something new, but I always end up with the North Carolina. It's a can't miss. They put the cole slaw right in the sandwich.
Michael was extremely knowledgable and honest. He treated our decades old German clock with the utmost care. He's probable one of the last of a dying breed.
The sales pitch and the free estimate went very well. The work was delayed and delayed, requiring many follow-up phone calls. Then the final cost was higher than the estimate. Not happy customer.
We ordered two items and weeks later we received calls telling us that the item had been discontinued. If that was the case we wouldn't have wasted our time in the first place.
If you work in the medical field chances are you've been to Imlays for your uniforms. They never called me to inform me that a new shipment had come in.
This is the other half of the Player's Club course. Beware of the tight fairways, especially on the back nine. Not too far from the Columbus city limits.
I've been to this course twice now and I've enjoyed it both times. The holes aren't especially long but require accurate placement. You may lose your ball in the corn fields.